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    For anyone doing edexcel chemistry you'll know that since 2009, multiple choice questions have been added to the exam paper separating the paper into two sections.

    This means that there are 4 past papers available, the older papers are a different spec.

    So I would like some advice on what I should do, should I just do the 4 past papers available for the new spec and make sure I know them thoroughly or should I just try do the older spec past papers as well?
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    I'm hoping the 4 will be enough - there's a wide variety of questions and the Jan 10 one seems good practice for a "tough" exam.
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    how do you get the jan 2010 and june 2010 past papers? you have to have a login?

    we did the jan 2010 paper as a mock before we broke up for xmas and i got 69/80 86.25% which was bril

    hows your preparation going?
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    Interestingly, from the mark schemes, in calculation questions, the correct answer alone scores full marks. This can you save you a lot of time in certain questions when writing out the working can be tedious. Does anyone know about whether this is true for all of the calculation questions?
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    (Original post by NinjaRikki)
    how do you get the jan 2010 and june 2010 past papers? you have to have a login?

    we did the jan 2010 paper as a mock before we broke up for xmas and i got 69/80 86.25% which was bril

    hows your preparation going?
    Thats great!. I got the paper from

    http://www.studentforums.biz/pastpap...tion=printpage

    they got all june 2010 papers/
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    Do I need to know the equation density = mass/volume for unit 1 chemistry (edexcel)?
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    (Original post by Joseph46)
    Do I need to know the equation density = mass/volume for unit 1 chemistry (edexcel)?
    No. You should know:

    Volume = no. of moles/concentration
    Volume = no. of moles x Molar Volume
    Mass = no. of moles x Formula mass
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    (Original post by Jukeboxing)
    No. You should know:

    Volume = no. of moles/concentration
    Volume = no. of moles x Molar Volume
    Mass = no. of moles x Formula mass
    thanx
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    Does anyone have the June 2010 unit 1 chemistry (edexcel) ?
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    (Original post by Joseph46)
    Does anyone have the June 2010 unit 1 chemistry (edexcel) ?
    http://www.studentforums.biz/pastpap...tion=printpage
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    I just solved both June10 and Jan10 and I hope we will have something like this tomorrow since both of them weren't so hard.
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    Good luck, guys.
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    Bear in mind people there's no discussion of edexcel exam content on the day the exam is set due it being done all over the world. See the announcement regarding this topic.
 
 
 
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